Event-Driven Architecture – Benefits and Pitfalls


Duration: 25 mins
Ramanan Natarajan
Principal Architect, Lowe's India

Event-Driven Architecture is an old paradigm, but in the last few years is picking up speed. A lot of companies are building their systems in an Event-driven fashion. This talk will discuss, What are Events, an Anatomy of an Event, the various Event Types, Event Versioning, couple of Event-Driven Patterns, applicability of Event-Driven Architecture with examples, and in the true spirit of architecture, will discuss the pitfalls of Event-Driven Architecture and lets the audience decide on the trade-offs.

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